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to have. last year, san jose hit not only a record number of whom sides but also a record number of property crimes. and now one family says it's frustrated doing everything it can to help police but not getting the help they want. nbc bay area stephanie strong is live in east san jose with the story. stephanie? >> reporter: here on this street alone up on the hills, we are hearing from neighbor there is have been four break-ins in the last four to six months here. there's a lot of concern. for paul majors and his family of four it happened about a month ago them say that there were three guys who broke in through the side fence and the bathroom window and the car and the three suspect were caught on a neighbor's security camera so they had the footage available when the officer came and took the report. majors says $20,000 worth of things were stolen and the officer was even able to lift some fingerprints off of a mirror. now, majors says he got a lucky break with his find my ipad app. his ipad was stolen, able to get an address in north san jose from that app. still, he says sa
's biggest city. business owners decided to keep san jose beautiful. the story is today's bay area proud. >>> and black smoke. the first vote comes and goes without a pope. we're live from vatican city with the reaction. >>> and good afternoon. i'm jeff ranieri in the weather center. i know a lot of you basking in the sunshine today. still holding on to a 79 in walnut creek. we'll talking about 80s and the potential of record heat on wednesday coming up in just a few minutes. >>> take a look. just before noon our time today, we saw black smoke billowing from the chimney of the sistine chapel. >> a signal that after day one of the conclave, no pope has been selected. the doors of the chapel were sealed. it appeared straight out of the pages of a dan brown novel. jay gray is live in vatican city. jay? >> reporter: always good to talk to you and you're right. the first ballot cast today and the cardinals sending their message to the world. they haven't quite settled yet on who will be the next man to lead their faith. with thousands gathered and watching in st. peter's square, black smoke b
are on the way to san jose. syracuse and oregon among them. that means a lot of out of town fans. nbc bay area's scott budman joins us from downtown san jose in front of the shark tank. hotels and restaurants will be buzzing. when does the big party start? >> reporter: is it starts on thursday officially. unofficially is it starts tomorrow when people come to town. we've seen a strong tech industry and we've seen an improved housing economy and these are good times for the south bay and now we have march madness on top of it. the games of course here at hp pavilion but ripple effects will be felt throughout downtown san jose. welcome to the ground floor of march madness. literally. crews hammering in the basketball court that will host teams from around the country here at hp pavilion while the cooking staff is prepared to handle the rush of basketball players, fans and officials. >> we anticipate being sold out for the next four nights with reservations and dinner parties. we have several private dining rooms that are also booked for officials and special dinners and things like that. >> repo
. reporting live in san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> the messages inside that arena were powerful, but so is the scene outside. from santa cruz to san jose, thousands of people on the ground and even the police helicopters flying in formation. it's not often we see something like this. let's bring in kimberly tere who continues our coverage this evening from los gatos. >> reporter: raj, this is highway 17, the main corridor between santa cruz and the south bay. we saw law enforcement from the santa cruz area along with many other mourners head back over the hill about an hour and a half ago. the patrol cars had their lights on, but the highway was not shut down like it was during today's procession. the service for the two fallen police officers, lauren "butch" baker and elizabeth butler ended at about 3:00 p.m. law enforcement who showed up from across the continent lined up to pay their final respects. we saw officers from as far away as canada. the royal canadian mountain police were there along with numerous other agencies. reno and las vegas police to
of people have descended on san jose, the hp pavilion hosting the ncaa tournament bringing lots of excitement and money into the city. lauren scott is live outside the hp pavilion with all the hoopla. >> reporter: how are you doing. a complete college hoops feast here today. you think back to the last time that the tournament was here in san jose, was 2010. we saw great games. we saw butler, who went on to the national championship game. we saw murray state knocking out vanderbilt in the last seconds. today, fans from all around the country descending here upon san jose. take a look. the ncaa tournament celebrating 75 years of march madness. in three-quarters of a century of play, hp has hosted rounds of tournaments on five different occasions. cal and oregon with bay area fans. >> we're big basketball fans. i'm a cal alumni, too. so the two together is really cool. >> i drove down here with three of my buddies. woke up this morning, booked it down to san jose. >> reporter: and then there's the team from st. louis. the question that everyone wants to know, what is a billicka? >>
as president. new details surrounding san jose's tenth homicide of the year. police released a picture today of the man, did they suspect of stabbing a young mother to death on friday. the crime happened in broad daylight in a parking lot across the street from the sheriff's department. 25-year-old juan ramirez had been stocking sandra cruz for about two years. the 29-year-old victim leaves behind a 10-year-old son and was afraid of ramirez. she had a restraining order against him. >> she was doing all the right things. she was contacting the police department, reporting these crimes, pulling out restraining orders trying to protect herself from this individual. it's unfortunate this happened. it appeared that she was doing everything she could do to avoid him. >> investigators say ramirez may be headed to mexico possibly driving a dark green 1996 toyota pickup truck. if you have any information on his whereabouts, you're asked to call the san jose police department. >>> a developing story out of san francisco. three men were shot at a nightclub at south beach early this morning. shooting ha
on nbc bay area. inside the san jose police academy. the department as you heard has been decimated after police leaving. they are facing an up tick in deadly crime. we got the look inside the training. training they will need to use and soon? >> that is right, the chief said he was impressed with the academy. he hopes all 43 of them passes the academy in two weeks and join the force that desperately needs their help. ♪ >> they started with 45. today it's down to 43. men and women who put on the academy blues. their assignment, impress the brass of the san jose police department. the recruits had to recite is code of ethics and individually recite the use of deadly force code. >> our instructors, they actually train with them and have handgun training every week. and i mean, part of it, learning the shooting policy. that is important, as the to when not to use it and when to use it. how to carry it and keep it save safe. >> more than 130 officers left the force in 2012. some to patrol the streets of other cities. tired of the drop in pay and benefits in san jose. >> it's a great start,
lodge. the victim is a 52-year-old woman from san jose. a suspect has been identified but has not been arrested. the manager of the lodge says he was unaware a crime had possibly taken place there. >>> new details now in the case of a missing oakland woman. friends and family hope surveillance video will help find her. this shows the 31-year-old power walking along the sidewalk on the corner of 34th and telegraph last thursday morning. friends and family say they haven't seen or heard from her since. she had a ticket to fly to dallas on friday morning to intend the weekend visiting her brother. instead, her brother flew here to oakland to help search for her. >> i just want to know where she, you know? she's my sister. we're so close. she's my best friend in the whole world, you know? i love her so much. >> late this afternoon, police told us that she was spotted in west oakland after her purported disappearance. police also say they are not asking for the media's help, would not say why. >>> a man is now facing murder charges in connection with saturday's deadly crash that took three
area news. >> all right, thank you, monte. now police in san jose have not released the identity of the suspect monte mentioned who was shot and killed after a wild high-speed chase on city streets in the middle of the afternoon. the chase started around 2:30. officers say they may release the suspect's name tomorrow. >>> on tuesday, two santa cruz police officers were shot by a suspect before they even had time to react, and now there is a growing memorial in santa cruz honoring sergeant butch baker and detective elizabeth butler. but one item in particular left behind by a mourner has really caught the department's attention. mixed in with the flowers, candles, and pick checks, someone pinned a purple heart medal to a teddy bear. police received an anonymous note explaining, quote, the purple heart is for the sacrifice above and beyond the call of duty. when one loses their life for the protection of others and the greater good. i know you will understand. quite a contrast from what this man is accused of doing at the same memorial, stealing flowers from the memorial. 53-year-o
door to ask about a car. it reportedly had two license plates stolen from san jose cars and had stolen goods inside as well. a woman was also locked inside the room. police say she was given a chance to leave and she declined. the man told police he was armed and did not care if he died. the s.w.a.t. team was called to the scene as well as canine unites from san jose. we'll bring you more information as it comes into our newsroom. >>> new at 5:00, investigators in oakland are hoping this surveillance video will help them find a man who tried to kidnap a child playing in front of her home. kimberly terry is live in oakland with how the little girl was saved from a potentially life-threatening situation. >> reporter: police say that attempted kidnapping and molestation happened 6:30 yesterday evening. a 9-year-old girl was playing with other kids in the front of her home on the 1200 block of 94th avenue when police say a man cornered her, molested her, and threatened to take her. take a look at this. police released this surveillance video of the suspect who they say took off when the gi
soun san jose. father joseph benedict is pastor and he says his job during this time is to help parishioners maintain the stability of their faith. one parishioner we spoke with says he doesn't believe a new pope will change much for him. >> definitely i think the administrative part of the church, but in terms of believing in the lord, it doesn't change that. >> there will be a special mass tonight to celebrate the pope's retirement. >> the justice department says gay marriage should be allowed in california and made that statement on the prop 8 case. the move does not come as a surprise after attorney general eric holder called it the last civil rights issue. the case before the court will be the first to directly confront the justices with the question whether the u.s. constitution gives gays and lesbians a right to marry. >>> according to a new field poll, 61% of california voters now approve of same-sex marriage. the number has steadily increased over time, especially since 2008 when voters passed the ban on same-sex marriage. the field poll indicates support for gay marria
that shut down several lanes of highway 280 in san jose this morning. other drivers found the victim's body in the middle of the freeway around 3:15 this morning and called 911. the victim is identified as 39-year-old amanda vente of san jose. officers don't know why she was walking on the freeway and said all she had on her was a set of keys. the chp is asking for the help of anyone who might have witnessed this hit and run. >>> south bay residents have another chance to turn in guns for cash this weekend. santa clara county is hosting its second gun buy-back event tomorrow morning in east san jose. the first one was held earlier this month and paid out over $100,000 to residents bringing in handguns, rifles and assault weapons. tomorrow's event will run from 8:00 a.m. to noon at reid-hillview airport in east san jose. guns should be brought unloaded in the trunk of a car or bed of a truck. event organizers are also inviting gang members to come down and turn in their gang colors. >>> livermore wine makers are celebrating the start of spring but also keeping a close watch on the weather. l
enforcement vehicles will be joining the motor kad, making the 33 mile trek from san jose. the route begins tomorrow morning in santa cruz. it will head up ocean street to highway 17 as damian mentioned. from there it will go to highway 85 south to highway north before exiting julian street and arriving at the hp pavilion. there will be rolling road closures along the road and the procession will take up both lanes of highway 17 at 30 to 40 miles per hour. drivers can follow, but they cannot pass the procession on the highway. we will be broadcasting live at noon tomorrow. a programming note as well, we will be airing "days of our lives" at friday at 3:00 in the morning. so set your dvrs. >>> let's turn our attention to weather. wind and rain whipping through the bay area and snow on the sierra. more is on the the way. jeff ranieri is in the weather center tracking the possibility now of more severe weather. >> yeah, that's right. we're done with one storm now and have another lining up off the coastline the storm system moved through last night through the san jose picture. we have a littl
and little confrontation as san jose police cleared out a major homeless encampment today. it was in city owned land. officials are concerned that these encampments have become unsanitary and a risk to public safety. >> i don't know how long we have been here. i think like eight months. i worked all my life and i'm sick. that is why i'm here today. it's sad, it's sad that this they give us no resources. >> when we are dealing with encampments themselves, we have to think of balancing the needs of the people living here and the needs of the community and the potential damage to the environment as well. >> city officials say that nonprofit organizations have reached out to the people at the encampment, trying to get them in housing. others do not qualify, and some do not want to go b at this time, there's not enough beds in san jose to house the homeless. >>> senator mark leno drafted a bill that required the county to pass a resolution before a gun show could be held at a county facility. the bill is the latest in many attempts to ban gun shows theity palace. in 2009, then governor removed
:00. police are still investigating a deadly officer-involved shooting in san jose. a man was shot and killed after police say he tried to run over an officer with his car. the suspect died at the hospital. just before 7:00 last night, three san jose officers tried to pull over a stolen car, the suspect would not stop. instead, he drove into the back of an unmarked police car. the officer then got out and police say the suspect then tried to run him over. at that point, the officer opened fire. this happened on jair owe listen drive in an uncorporated area of east san jose. >>> still ahead at 5:00, bottoms empacting the bottom line. the company pulling its bottoms for being too see-through. >>> i'll show you the new way bay area doctors are able to reattach severed fingers. >>> just because it was a one-time event for me, hopefully, it doesn't mean other people aren't going to go through that. >> he's paying it back by passing it on. he helps give the gift of life because he was saved. his story is part of our bay area proud series. >>> and good afternoon. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area
winds can carry the pollen several miles making it very difficult to avoid. reporting live in san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> my eyes have been itching all day. let's check in with jeff ranieri. am i going to get some relief? >> your relief is happening right now. right after the recent rain. i know it doesn't feel like it outside especially with a forecast like this. the next 48 hours, pollen levels expected to go back into the high category. even with the storm system that pushed over the past 24 hours. we'll talk about how hot it's going to get over the weekend. >>> and more controversy for the boy scouts. a new scout survey that some say is meant to stack the deck against any change in the group's most controversial policy. >>> just say no. the products some bay area grocery stores are agreeing not to sell. >>> and an airport altercation that has the tsa spinning. why a veteran says he was humiliated by a tsa agent. we're back in a moment. >>> take a look. it took more than six hours to control this predawn fire on bethel island. this is in eastern costa costra coun
at an aurora, colorado, movie theater last july. they want to put an end to the case. >>> the san jose s.w.a.t. team were at the hospital in santa clara today, but this was much different than most missions. their target was a 6-year-old boy who is fighting for his life with leukemia. damian trujillo has the emotional mission that you'll only see here. >> where eduardo is a first grader. he's on his second battle with cancer and needs a bone marrow transplant to save his life. today san jose emergency unit responded to his emergency. they stormed into the hospital in full gear. it was another life saving mission for the san jose merge unit and waiting to be saved -- >> you feeling okay today? >> was eduardo. >> this is a uniform worn by the s.w.a.t. team. >> eduardo is battling leukemia and needs a bone marrow transplant. today he was weakened by the chemotherapy. in a class essay he once wrote his dream was to be a s.w.a.t. team member. he now officially is one. >> since you demonstrated you have all that it takes to be a merge officer, i would like to give this to you. it's our "h" pin
. the memorial is called sons of san jose. it is located on west santa clara street near hp pavilion. it resembles the memorial in washington, d.c. workers unveiled it today in a ceremony. it is dedicated to the 142 men born and raised in san jose who died in vietnam. it also includes the name of one soldier who is missing in action. >> it's important we recognize the guys in the area who gave the ultimate sacrifice in vietnam. it's good to see that we have something for the local guys. >> washington, d.c., you see all the names. now you can come here and seat sons of san jose, touch them, remember them. >> volunteers donated $75,000 for the memorial. it was 40 years ago this weekend that the last u.s. combat troops left vietnam. >>> coming up next, he's fought hundreds of fires and saved countless lives. but it's what happened on one call that left this south bay firefighter fighting for his life. we'll hear from him for the first time. >>> also just days after being hit in the leg by an arrow, this bay area girl is drawing attention from one of the biggest celebrities in the world.
country encrypt their radio transmission, san jose p.d. does not. >> thank you. >>> santa clara county will spend a million dollars to replace george sirocawa. he resigned last friday after the district attorney charged him with 12 counts of corruption. he now faces up to a year in jail. after lengthy debate this morning, the board decided the transparency of an election is needed as opposed to appointment. the winner of the special election will serve out the remainder of shirokawa's term. his second when he resigned. >>> there is trouble in the bay area skies. tonight crews are inspecting an alaskan airliner jet. it took off after 11:00 this morning. after 20 minutes into the flight, the captain received a warning about a possible fire in the right engine. the plane made a u-turn and headed back to the airport where firefighters were waiting on the runway. fortunately it touched down safely. all 47 passengers and the crew are okay. >>> from the air to the road. the bay area tops a list that no one wants to be on. it's a list of megacommuters. those are people who travel more t
computer at home in san jose. the superintendent says they are trying to give parents as much information as they can. >> we want to be clear, it's only for parents to worry unnecessarily. so we're going to clarify which schools he was at and which schools he wasn't at. i'm obviously receiving lots of phone contact from parents as our principals and i'll be returning those so that i can hear what parents are telling me. we're also encouraging anybody who has any information about mr. forstell to contact the police immediately. >> he was taken to the hospital last night after trying to commit suicide by overdosing. san jose police say it will take weeks to sort through the pornographic images. so far, no students from allum rock have contacted the police to say they've been victimized. >>> the preschool where police are investigating potential abuse is closed after a teacher admitted tieing up a young child with tape after the toddler refused to nap. the school says it will retrain all its teachers during this closure. police say they have completed their investigation. now the d.a. must d
is an optimist and believes in his dream. and little by little, he says, we will get there. live in san jose, kimberly tere, bay area news. >>> and still ahead at 5:00, she is the star of the silver screen and stage. >> and today, one of the most highly decorated actresses in hollywood made a bay area appearance. >>> one of the bay area's most harrowing roadways becomes a thing of the past tomorrow with the opening of two tunnels at devil's slide. those two tunnels are going to be come pricing a mile-long bypass, moving drivers away from a dangerous cliff-hanging stretch of highway 1 between pacifica and half moon bay. the tunnels cost $439 million. devil's slide, known for crumbling rocks crashing down on the roadway, sometimes deadly accidents there too. plans are to turn the old road into a walking and biking trail. >>> well, a record number of people hit the streets of oak glen today for that city's annual marathon. about 9,100 runners joined the 5ka half and full marathon as well as the full-person team relay. organizers say they were happy to see the number 5ka runners double this year
was technology and san jose and san francisco each saw nearly 9,000 new high tech jobs added last month. no job growth individual effects area, and that has hit the bay area. an academy-award winning berkeley has respect for movies like "twilight" and "jurassic park." the business has been hit very hard recently and facebook wants to make friends with your android device. it is sending out invitations about the event next week, prommesing to show us its new home on android. we'll let you know what they mean come tuesday morning. there are rumors swirling around this one including the re-appearance of the facebook phone rumor. we will keep you posted. janelle? >> thanks so much, scott. >>> day two of the bay bridge series. pitcher madison bum gartner rallied the troops. the pitcher wanted to thank the groundscrew at the ballpark for keeping the field in pristine shape. >> the grounds crew guys here they do a lot of work behind the scenes and nobody sees it and they don't get much credit for it and it becomes to be kind of expected. i want to give back to them a little bit. >> he held a barbecue
gorgeous here. 82 in gilroy. 72 in san jose. 70s up into san francisco and 79 in santa rosa. gilroy was the warmest today. it was first on stop here for some of the warm air aloft. we do have the haze. we had some fog this morning. a lot of that burned off. we'll have moderate air quality the next 48 hours. to the north, a gorgeous view here, looking back towards san francisco. so this shallow marine layer continues to be with us. we're going to see that beefing up here over the next 24 hours. storm track is just off to the north. high pressure will shield us from any kind of raindrops the next two days. we're going to find that jet stream pushing to the south, increasing the cloud cover and give us cooling for tomorrow. i don't think we'll be in the 80s throughout thursday and friday. mainly the 70s for the interior valleys and closer to the coastline, temperatures in the 50s and also 60s. for the morning hours, cloud cover increasing from 10:00 a.m. to the noon hour and mainly sunshine throughout your sunday. so increasing cloud cover as compared to today. 48 in san jose. 46 in li
, wednesday and thursday. tri valley locations, areas south of san jose, you will see temperatures out of the 70s. wednesday afternoon we could get close to 80 in morgan hill and maybe around sunol and pleasanton. with high pressure around, not talking about storm systems, but a bit of a sea breeze tomorrow morning will bring patchy coastal clouds around the peninsula and coastline. as the winds turn offshore, middle part of the week, that's when temperatures vault up. for the morning, 30s and 40s outside. the sun will be rising a bit later in the school. as you take the kids to school, watch for the difference in the sunrise. you can see temperatures around tri valley, upper 60s to low 70s. in line with what we had today. still fairly cool for san francisco. 62. there you see the north winds, out in the north bay, those numbers in the low 70s. not much change into monday. few low 70s inland. tuesday, wednesday, thursday we will see temperatures climbing on up. livermore, mid 70s, maybe close do 80 in the warmest places. heading towards next weekend, cooling, some clouds, but really no
. you can see santa rosa, 73 degrees, 59, cool sea breeze in san francisco. 65 in san jose. the winds have been gusty this afternoon in the coast sal hill tops and stronger sea breeze tomorrow will likely drop our temperatures a little bit for tomorrow. we'll see clouds at times, dry finish to the weekend, temperatures cooling as we get into the start of the workweek and starting tuesday into wednesday, much needed rain comes back that will knock back the pollen in the air and toss more snow towards the sierra. now we've got high clouds approaching for sunset. can you see off to the north, storm trek is still to north to impact the bay area. we're watching a system north of hawaii that tapped into a jet stream. you can see on the water vapor loop, drawn into the system and it looks like it's going to track to the north of the bay area. the heaviest rain of the system likely going to fall in the north bay as we get into tuesday night and wednesday. hour by hour as you wrap up the weekend, you'll see high clouds at times and maybe patches of low clouds on the coast. a mixed bag of cloud
to that live hd sky camera network. you can see the cloud cover in san jose. the sun is trying to come on out. you do get breaks of sunshine in the south bay. take you off to the north, another beautiful sky shot in palo alto with a wide mix of clouds here. clouds about 10,000 feet this afternoon. a lot of you able to see good there with unlimited visibility. look straight up and you had that cloud cover. san francisco beautiful. even blue sky mixed in as well. let's get you into the current weather pattern. we'll see drastic changes that will eventually here start to lower that pollen forecast. that's the good news. even a little bit of drizzle in this onshore flow will help us quite a bit this week. we have cold front sitting offshore. that's going to continue to move in tonight. no big-time rainfall with this. the most marked change we do expect as we head throughout tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday is the jet stream. it's going to push to the south and we'll have zonal flow. no one system this week looks overly strong. showers passing to the north that eventually get activity. we'r
saturday in front of san jose's homeless shelter. >> what's your name, sir? >> reporter: still, he knew he was on to something. knew that fixing the bikes of homeless and teaching them how to do it themselves was something worthwhile. >> staggering number of people who use a bicycle to get to work. low-wage working people. >> reporter: over the course of the past year, jim has certainly convinced others. >> nobody anticipated the need. nobody anticipated what desire there was for secondhand rehabilitated bicycles. >> reporter: tonight is the grand opening of good karma's first permanent home. 8,000 square feet to work with. six sponsored service stations with six more on the way, and they are not just fixing bikes anymore, but getting refurbished bikes to those who need the wheels. >> i didn't expect this. i never expected to have this wonderful space. i'm delighted because now we can serve more people. and those that are interested, there's so many that can come and work and learn. >> reporter: so a year ago he was setting up shop one day a week fixing these bikes. with the permanent faci
. they like that. and south san jose 74 and san francisco at 73, now as we look at the opening day forecast. temperatures in the upper 40s and 50s in the morning. that is tomorrow at carter field in petaluma, sunshine and mid 60s. what you will see here as you come out and check it out at pet petal petaluma.org. >> let's get a look at the forecast saturday, low clouds and fog. temperatures in the 40s. by the noon hour, that is the time to get out, we will have the most sunshine and upper 60s and by the afternoon, clouds roll in and we will see low 70s inland. on the seven-day forecast, it's colder as we head throughout sunday. 60s return and then look at this, we have rain coming back as we go through next wednesday. not great baseball weather, but we have sunshine coming as we head throughout spring. again, i will ask you guys are you ready in 2013 to take it to the little league world series again? >> yeah! >> i know you can go louder. >> yeah! >> there you are, champs from the north bay having fun out here tonight. >> you need to be the official cheer coach because you get them excited.
managed 60s and 70s earlier, but now the sea breeze has kicked in. near 60 right now. 61 in san jose. mostly cloudy skies. onshore winds picking up which will lead to a cooler day tomorrow. yes, a chance of seeing rain tonight. look out on the coast. we still have that alert for beach hazards. this long period swell causing a run-up. those waves should reside for sunday. but there you to go. slight chance for light rain and a main event should come tuesday into wednesday. that's when we'll see more rain. right now, a little bit of light rain out there. it's picking up in the mary areas of the atmosphere. below that, really quite dry. a lot of that not reaching the ground but it's helping to moisten up the atmosphere as we help to get better lift, trapping in to some tropical moisture. it should ring out over time. so hour by hour, your forecast, mostly cloudy skies. a little less cloud cover tomorrow but cooler air aloft and day time heating. we're going to see a chance of convective hours. out toward east mount hamilton. during the day tomorrow you may notice it. we lose the instabi
. still mild for our standards. gilroy at 76, anti-of course at 75. south san jose at 75 degrees. let's take you live to the sky camera network, on this thursday. can't believe it, it's almost the end of the workweek. can you see the overcast skies in the silicon valley. as we travel up north, right toward the golden gate bridge. if this view doesn't say the bay area, i don't know what does. overcast continues here with fog expected for the morning hours. the cold front is immediately offshore we're tracking. no rainfall from the cold front for us. as we continue to get closer, it's going to break apart, this will again keep some milder weather here in the forecast, at least over the next two days, with high pressure building offshore. if you like the 70s we had for today. do expect repeat performances for friday, saturday, into sunday before we start to get larger changes. cool at the coast, 50s and 60s in the interior valleys. no 80s coming our way like we had on wednesday. our next best chance of rain is coming as we head throughout tuesday. we fast forwarded to the noon hour mainl
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